# perfect thermal contact

## MATHEMATICAL SPATIAL MODELS OF DETERMINATION OF TEMPERATURE FIELD FROM LOCALLY CONCENTRATED THERMAL HEATING

Linear and nonlinear mathematical models for determining the temperature field, and later the analysis of temperature regimes in isotropic spatial inhomogeneous media exposed to internal and external thermal loads have been developed. To do this, the thermal conductivity for such structures is described as a whole using symmetric unit functions, which allows us to consider boundary thermal conductivity problems with one linear and nonlinear differential equation of thermal conductivity with discontinuous coefficients and linear and nonlinear boundary conditions on boundary surfaces.

## Temperature modes in a heat-sensitive plate with local heating

Nonlinear mathematical models for the analysis of temperature regimes in a thermosensitive isotropic plate heated by locally concentrated heat sources have been developed. For this purpose, the heat-active zones of the plate are described using the theory of generalized functions. Given this, the equation of thermal conductivity and boundary conditions contain discontinuous and singular right parts. The original nonlinear equations of thermal conductivity and nonlinear boundary conditions are linearized by Kirchhoff transformation.

## MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF HEAT EXCHANGE IN ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL DEVICES

A mathematical model of heat exchange analysis between an isotropic two-layer plate heated ba point heat source concentrated on the conjugation surfaces of layers and the environment has been developed.